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Autonomous Robots Mounted to Drones Could 3D Print Asphalt to Fix Potholes Overnight

Autonomous Robots Mounted to Drones Could 3D Print Asphalt to Fix Potholes Overnight

I live in Ohio, where we know that the four seasons are not Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer, but rather Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter, and Construction; most of the Midwest could claim this, actually. A lot of the construction that takes place during the warmer months of the year is focused on patching up roads […]

I live in Ohio, where we know that the four seasons are not Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer, but rather Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter, and Construction; most of the Midwest could claim this, actually. A lot of the construction that takes place during the...
3D Printing Helps in Creation of Gromit Statues for Bristol Children’s Hospital Fundraising

3D Printing Helps in Creation of Gromit Statues for Bristol Children’s Hospital Fundraising

If you haven’t seen Wallace and Gromit in action, I’ll wait here so that you can catch up. Go on. There, now that you’re all caught up, you probably feel all warm and fuzzy, right? There is something incredibly appealing about Nick Park’s Gromit, and what’s wonderful is that it isn’t the normal saccharine sweet […]

If you haven’t seen Wallace and Gromit in action, I’ll wait here so that you can catch up. Go on. There, now that you’re all caught up, you probably feel all warm and fuzzy, right? There is something incredibly appealing about Nick Park’s...
PrintLab and CREATE Education Team Up to Support 3D Printing in UK Schools

PrintLab and CREATE Education Team Up to Support 3D Printing in UK Schools

Global 3D printing distributor and curriculum provider PrintLab, based in the UK, is on a mission to support the adoption of 3D printing in schools with the help of its educational 3D printing ecosystem and resources for teachers. To further this goal, today PrintLab announces that it is teaming up with UK 3D printing company […]

Global 3D printing distributor and curriculum provider PrintLab, based in the UK, is on a mission to support the adoption of 3D printing in schools with the help of its educational 3D printing ecosystem and resources for teachers. To further this goal, today PrintLab...
Siemens, BeAM Announce New Expansions, 3D Printing Facilities

Siemens, BeAM Announce New Expansions, 3D Printing Facilities

Siemens is no stranger to additive manufacturing, having become well known for its 3D printed gas turbine blades. Those gas turbines have accumulated 100,000 operating hours, and Siemens itself is about to add to its additive manufacturing operations with a new facility. The company is making a €30 million investment in a 3D printing factory for Materials […]

Siemens is no stranger to additive manufacturing, having become well known for its 3D printed gas turbine blades. Those gas turbines have accumulated 100,000 operating hours, and Siemens itself is about to add to its additive manufacturing operations with a new...
New 3D Printing Hub to Open in Cheshire, England

New 3D Printing Hub to Open in Cheshire, England

In Cheshire, England is a hub for science and technology. Known as the Cheshire Science Corridor, the location is home to Capenhurst Technology Park, Thornton Science Park, Sci-Tech Daresbury (in Liverpool City Region LEP area), Birchwood Park’s Nuclear and Forensics Clusters, Alderley Park (Life Sciences), Jodrell Bank and the Square Kilometre Array, the largest and most […]

In Cheshire, England is a hub for science and technology. Known as the Cheshire Science Corridor, the location is home to Capenhurst Technology Park, Thornton Science Park, Sci-Tech Daresbury (in Liverpool City Region LEP area), Birchwood Park’s Nuclear and Forensics...
Father and Son Work Together to Create 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand

Father and Son Work Together to Create 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand

Fathers’ Day isn’t here just yet, but it’s never too early to celebrate the devotion a father can show to his children. In addition to viral YouTube videos showing sleeping fathers waking up only to catch their children as they fall, we can see countless examples of great parenting in news stories about dads who […]

Fathers’ Day isn’t here just yet, but it’s never too early to celebrate the devotion a father can show to his children. In addition to viral YouTube videos showing sleeping fathers waking up only to catch their children as they fall, we can see...
Encouraging STEM Learning: Laser Lines Gifts MakerBot 3D Printer to UK Primary School

Encouraging STEM Learning: Laser Lines Gifts MakerBot 3D Printer to UK Primary School

One of the most predictable questions an adult will ask a child in making conversation is what they want to be when they grow up. Kids come up with such a variety of surprising answers—some inspirational, some comical, and some are extremely ambitious. Apparently though, many of us begin pondering what we are going to […]

One of the most predictable questions an adult will ask a child in making conversation is what they want to be when they grow up. Kids come up with such a variety of surprising answers—some inspirational, some comical, and some are extremely ambitious. Apparently...
First 3D Printed Chest Implant in Wales Carried Out at Morriston Hospital

First 3D Printed Chest Implant in Wales Carried Out at Morriston Hospital

71-year-old Peter Maggs of Wales had no idea he had cancer when he went to the doctor for what he thought was a cyst in his chest. There was no pain, he said, but the cyst turned out to be a sarcoma that had grown to the size of a tennis ball. He needed surgery […]

71-year-old Peter Maggs of Wales had no idea he had cancer when he went to the doctor for what he thought was a cyst in his chest. There was no pain, he said, but the cyst turned out to be a sarcoma that had grown to the size of a tennis ball. He needed surgery to...
Rail Researchers at University of Huddersfield Explore 3D Printing of Train Components

Rail Researchers at University of Huddersfield Explore 3D Printing of Train Components

If you went to school anywhere in the Western world, there was probably a moment in which you had to memorize the fact that the Scottish inventor James Watt developed an improved steam engine that led to the development of the steam locomotive. In reality, the engine that Watt developed was a stationary engine and […]

If you went to school anywhere in the Western world, there was probably a moment in which you had to memorize the fact that the Scottish inventor James Watt developed an improved steam engine that led to the development of the steam locomotive. In reality, the engine...
3D Printed No-Snow Globe Might Not Make You Smile, But It Will Make You Think

3D Printed No-Snow Globe Might Not Make You Smile, But It Will Make You Think

This year, it snowed across the entire United Kingdom. This might not seem such a remarkable occurrence, but it was the first time such a widespread snow event had happened in the country in seven years. To mark the occasion, activist group Plan B sent Prime Minister Theresa May a special holiday gift – a […]

This year, it snowed across the entire United Kingdom. This might not seem such a remarkable occurrence, but it was the first time such a widespread snow event had happened in the country in seven years. To mark the occasion, activist group Plan B sent Prime Minister...
3D Printing News Briefs: December 12, 2017

3D Printing News Briefs: December 12, 2017

Today’s 3D Printing News Briefs features some of the latest happenings in medical, business, and education 3D printing news. Nanoscribe is celebrating its 10 year anniversary, while an industry expert weighs in on the latest FDA 3D printing guidance, EIT and HCA have signed an agreement for 3D printed interbody products, and Aprecia is teaming […]

Today’s 3D Printing News Briefs features some of the latest happenings in medical, business, and education 3D printing news. Nanoscribe is celebrating its 10 year anniversary, while an industry expert weighs in on the latest FDA 3D printing guidance, EIT and HCA...
Hobgoblin 3D Prepares Kickstarter Campaign to Provide 3D Printable Props for Tabletop RPGs

Hobgoblin 3D Prepares Kickstarter Campaign to Provide 3D Printable Props for Tabletop RPGs

Since Dungeons & Dragons made its debut in 1974, tabletop role playing games (RPGs) have been steadily gaining in popularity. These kinds of games rely upon established sets of rules, game arbitrators, and strategic imagination, and the experience of playing is often enhanced by the use of miniatures and props. In fact, an entire culture […]

Since Dungeons & Dragons made its debut in 1974, tabletop role playing games (RPGs) have been steadily gaining in popularity. These kinds of games rely upon established sets of rules, game arbitrators, and strategic imagination, and the experience of playing is...
UK Couple Enjoys Six Bedroom Home Thanks to 3D Modeled, Lego-Like Construction

UK Couple Enjoys Six Bedroom Home Thanks to 3D Modeled, Lego-Like Construction

Legos are appealing to so many of us—at any age—because they give us the opportunity to build models and dream, whether we are constructing an entire city or a model of a Star Wars ship. Most of us begin working with such building blocks from the time we are children, and often we hand down […]

Legos are appealing to so many of us—at any age—because they give us the opportunity to build models and dream, whether we are constructing an entire city or a model of a Star Wars ship. Most of us begin working with such building blocks from the time we are children,...
It’s Time for the UK to Get Proactive About the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Says Government-Commissioned Report

It’s Time for the UK to Get Proactive About the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Says Government-Commissioned Report

Ever since the Brexit vote occurred, everyone has been wondering what the United Kingdom’s economic future will look like. According to Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens UK, the country should be just fine – as long as it fully embraces and catches up to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In a government-commissioned report entitled Made Smarter, […]

Ever since the Brexit vote occurred, everyone has been wondering what the United Kingdom’s economic future will look like. According to Juergen Maier, CEO of Siemens UK, the country should be just fine – as long as it fully embraces and catches up to the...
3D Printing News Briefs: October 20, 2017

3D Printing News Briefs: October 20, 2017

We have a lot of news to share with you in this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, ranging from 3D printers and spinal implants to new filaments and facilities. Ultimaker is sharing the files for its most recent 3D printers, while NuVasive launches its 3D printed titanium spinal implants. LPW will be […]

We have a lot of news to share with you in this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, ranging from 3D printers and spinal implants to new filaments and facilities. Ultimaker is sharing the files for its most recent 3D printers, while NuVasive...
SLM Solutions and XYZprinting Showcase Latest 3D Printers at TCT Show

SLM Solutions and XYZprinting Showcase Latest 3D Printers at TCT Show

Today is the last day of the 22nd TCT Show in Birmingham, an important additive manufacturing trade fair where visitors have been able to see the latest products and learning opportunities displayed on multiple stages for over two decades. The goal of the TCT Show is to increase the advancement, and the acceptance, of 3D […]

Today is the last day of the 22nd TCT Show in Birmingham, an important additive manufacturing trade fair where visitors have been able to see the latest products and learning opportunities displayed on multiple stages for over two decades. The goal of the TCT Show is...
UK Researchers Develop Method to Make 3D Facial Recreations Using a Single 2D Facial Image

UK Researchers Develop Method to Make 3D Facial Recreations Using a Single 2D Facial Image

The art of using 2D images to recover 3D facial geometry is known as 3D facial reconstruction, which has helped give long-dead historical figures a face and even identify murder victims. Researchers with Kingston University and the University of Nottingham have been working on a unique project dealing with the many difficulties of 3D facial […]

The art of using 2D images to recover 3D facial geometry is known as 3D facial reconstruction, which has helped give long-dead historical figures a face and even identify murder victims. Researchers with Kingston University and the University of Nottingham have been...
UK Researchers Continue Work on Nanokick Bioreactor, Progressing Toward 3D Printing Living Bone

UK Researchers Continue Work on Nanokick Bioreactor, Progressing Toward 3D Printing Living Bone

The University of Glasgow received a £2.8 million grant in late 2016 in order to develop 3D printed bone for survivors of landmine blasts, which kill roughly 4,300 people each year. The Find a Better Way foundation, which was set up by football legend Sir Bobby Charlton to aid landmine survivors and reduce casualties, awarded […]

The University of Glasgow received a £2.8 million grant in late 2016 in order to develop 3D printed bone for survivors of landmine blasts, which kill roughly 4,300 people each year. The Find a Better Way foundation, which was set up by football legend Sir Bobby...
3D Printed Sundial Tells the Time and the Story of Berkeley Castle

3D Printed Sundial Tells the Time and the Story of Berkeley Castle

In the town of Berkeley, in Gloucestershire, UK, is Berkeley Castle, a magnificent stone fortress that has been standing since the 12th century. It’s seen a lot of history, including, allegedly, the murder of King Edward II in 1327, as well as multiple battles. For all its age and history, though, the castle, owned by […]

In the town of Berkeley, in Gloucestershire, UK, is Berkeley Castle, a magnificent stone fortress that has been standing since the 12th century. It’s seen a lot of history, including, allegedly, the murder of King Edward II in 1327, as well as multiple battles....
Hermit Crabs Move into 3D Printed Homes for New Advertisement

Hermit Crabs Move into 3D Printed Homes for New Advertisement

Moving into a new home isn’t easy. While it may be exciting and a new beginning, almost no one really enjoys the process itself. It’s stressful and a lot of work to pack up everything you own and haul it into a new place. For a hermit crab, however, moving is easy, which is why […]

Moving into a new home isn’t easy. While it may be exciting and a new beginning, almost no one really enjoys the process itself. It’s stressful and a lot of work to pack up everything you own and haul it into a new place. For a hermit crab, however, moving...
Paving the Way for the UK’s 3D Printed Future

Paving the Way for the UK’s 3D Printed Future

On a damp Wednesday afternoon in Yorkshire, a factory floor is busy churning out bespoke metal parts for industries including aerospace, motor sport and automobile at a pace which would have been unimaginable without 3D printing. Here traditional manufacturing methods like welding and forging have given way to smarter machines which are turning digital CAD […]

On a damp Wednesday afternoon in Yorkshire, a factory floor is busy churning out bespoke metal parts for industries including aerospace, motor sport and automobile at a pace which would have been unimaginable without 3D printing. Here traditional manufacturing methods...
Johnson Matthey Focuses on Binder Jet Ceramic 3D Printing, Opens New R&D Facility

Johnson Matthey Focuses on Binder Jet Ceramic 3D Printing, Opens New R&D Facility

Some of the world’s most established chemical companies have been investing significantly in 3D printing, as the technology offers novel application opportunities for advanced materials. For example, BASF has partnered with HP and Essentium Materials, and will soon be opening its own 3D printing subsidiary, while SABIC has been addressing “the gamut of additive manufacturing” […]

Some of the world’s most established chemical companies have been investing significantly in 3D printing, as the technology offers novel application opportunities for advanced materials. For example, BASF has partnered with HP and Essentium Materials, and will...
3D Printing Educator Spotlight On: Phil Hall, Product Design Teacher, UK

3D Printing Educator Spotlight On: Phil Hall, Product Design Teacher, UK

3D printing is making its way into educational curricula around the world. As more students gain access to technological training early in their educations, the younger generations will be more prepared for the higher-tech future ahead of them. A well-educated workforce, after all, is the best way to overcome a lingering skills gap as technologies […]

3D printing is making its way into educational curricula around the world. As more students gain access to technological training early in their educations, the younger generations will be more prepared for the higher-tech future ahead of them. A well-educated...
Adopting Additive Manufacturing: Financing as a Barrier to Entry in 3D Printing

Adopting Additive Manufacturing: Financing as a Barrier to Entry in 3D Printing

One of the major advantages of 3D printing often touted in marketing literature is its cost-cutting capability as compared to traditional manufacturing techniques. As material is built up in additive manufacturing, rather than cut away through subtractive techniques, materials savings can be substantial as only the necessary amount is processed for a given component. Especially […]

One of the major advantages of 3D printing often touted in marketing literature is its cost-cutting capability as compared to traditional manufacturing techniques. As material is built up in additive manufacturing, rather than cut away through subtractive techniques,...
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